by Sue Kristoff, Creative Team Member
Featuring Sponsor: Jen Wilson Designs
Scrapbooking is not always about photos. It's about memories in general, and sometimes memories are about something intangible, or something that isn't documented. Creating a scrapbook page without photos may sound like a daunting task, but it's really quite freeing. No worries about coordinating papers and embellishments with your photos, for example.
- In this type of page, the words are the stars.
- This format is great for journaling, long narratives and other descriptions that just would be too much for a standard page.
- It can be about lists, goals, thoughts, books or really anything that you want to preserve the memory.
I created a diary page to illustrated this concept. Here I just documented the little things that went on during my day. I had some fun with the embellishments on the page, and found a really fun font. I could turn the base of this page into a template and create a digital diary if I so desired.
So have fun, let loose and create, you don't need photos to scrap!
All digital elements from Nostalgia no. 7 kit by Jen Wilson. Font: Typewriter from Hell.